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Monday, June 11, 2012

Have a Rosary? You Are a Gangsta!

OK, so now I am pissed. Again.

I have fucking had it with our nation's Public Schools. Not all of them, mind you, just many of them. Included in the "many" category is the Anoka-Hennepin School District in Minnesota. AHSD, it is your turn to face the Wrath of the Fearless Leader of the Dumbass Horde. You. Have. Gone. Too. Far.

Prepare to be chewed up and spit out, ya bunch of Liberal Pussy Dumbasses.

It's the least I can do.

Grandma, Cancer & the Rosary

There is a 15 year old young man who is a student at Coon Rapids High School in the Anoka-Hennepin School District. His name is Jake Balthazor. Jake's grandma recently underwent breast cancer surgery. Jake loves Granny and as a show of solidarity with her in her fight against this horrific disease, Jake started wearing a Rosary to school. he does so because, in his words, "I feel safe, like she's right here with me."

Personally, I think this is a very touching gesture on Jake's behalf. But the nimrods in the administartion at Coon Rapids High see things differently.

They told Jake that he can't wear the Rosary to school. These Dumbasses said that Jake had to remove the Rosary or tuck it inside his shirt. You wanna know why?

Gang Member & Her Swag
Because, according to the admins at Coon Rapids High School ( I am not making this up), some Godless young criminal bastards have coopted the Rosary (not Jake's Rosary specifically, but Rosaries in general) as a gang symbol!

What a Crock

I am going to pull a large section of the article I found this story in and post it here.

The excerpt from the Star Tribune in Minneapolis-St. Paul:

Balthazor, who said he doesn't belong to a gang, had worn the beads in school uneventfully until Tuesday. He said he hadn't known they were banned. School officials said they hadn't known about his grandmother until learning about her in news reports.

Balthazor and his family say they feel singled out, that others have worn rosary beads without incident. District spokeswoman Mary Olson said that knowing about Balthazor's grandmother might have changed how officials thought about things but probably wouldn't have changed the outcome.

Sometimes, when students wear a gang symbol, she said, "someone from the opposing gang may attack them or may do something that would start a fight or something that would be a disruption in the school. So it's really a matter of safety." (emphasis mine - ed.)

Coon Rapids Police Chief Brad Wise said the school was "in a tough spot. If something bad had happened to that boy and the school had knowledge that he was wearing something they knew could be viewed as a gang symbol, that would be a problem for the district. They were in a no-win situation in this, and they had to make a judgment call. There will be those who disagree with it."

Has it happened?

Chuck Samuelson is one. The executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota said he wondered whether any kid in Minnesota had been attacked by Latino gangs for wearing a rosary. Or, he wondered, was the rule a reaction to something that happened once, somewhere else?
Wise said he doesn't know of a problem with Latino gangs at Coon Rapids High School, but that a problem might not be obvious. Olson also said she was unaware of such a problem in the district.
Longtime Twin Cities youth worker Sarah Klouda has worked for a decade with police and youths who identify with gangs. She said that she only recently heard of rosaries being used by gangs, but that she's never heard of anyone being harmed because of one.

Among Roman Catholics, rosaries are a symbol sacred to the Virgin Mary. The prayer beads are carried and prayed upon but never worn.

At Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, a Spanish-speaking Catholic congregation in Minneapolis, the Rev. Vicente Miranda said he was unaware of the rosaries as a gang symbol. He also said the things of God should not be used for evil.
People who are not Catholic, he added, would not have any reason to wear a rosary around their necks.   (Note: Jake is a Lutheran)

Balthazor and his mom, Lisa Thompson, maintain his right to wear the symbol.
"Jake is a kid with a big heart," Thompson said. "When he believes in something, he will stand up for it, and I will back him 100 percent."

On Thursday, his grandmother was in recovery after successful surgery, Thompson said.

Balthazor wore the rosary to school again Thursday, the last day of school, with no problems. At least one friend wore one, too. He may continue to wear it next year.
"They're getting too carried away with all the gangs and their dress code and everything; it makes me want to move now," he said. "A lot of my friends keep on telling me to stay strong with it and just do what you think is right."

Aloha Snackbar

I was, until a few minutes ago, unaware that some Godless Little Bastards, mostly Hispanic, had adopted Rosaries as symbols of their gang membership. Apparently, that is the case. But, I don't give a shit whether they do or not. That's not the point. (My guess is that any young person of Hispanic heritage {remember that about 99.99999% of Hispanics are Catholic} who uses a Rosary as a gang-related symbol would get his ass kicked by Mamacita or Abuela quicker than you can say "guacamole".)

These criminal little cocksuckers ain't gonna take something that has been a part of my Faith for many hundreds of years away from me. Yes. I am Catholic, so I have a dog in this hunt. But so do you non-Catholics. What are you Protestants gonna do if some kid is told that he can't wear the fish symbol on his lapel while at school? Or the Jews? What if a Star of David pin is deemed to be verboten? Oh, wait. They already are, I'm sure. My bad. But the Dumbasses in schools all over the country appease the Muslims, so it's all good. God knows that nobody affiliated with the Religion of Peace would use a religious artifact as a symbol of violence or what have you. Just ask Al Qaeda. They'll tell you so.


I am so mad right now I could spit sparks.

It infuriates me that we have pushed God so far away from a public setting, like school. Hell, when I was a kid, we recited Psalm 100 every day before class started. We pledged allegiance to the flag of the United States of America every day as well. "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands..." indeed.

And don't even utter the words "separation of Church and State". Those words are NOWHERE to be found in the 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. OK, find 'em for me:  

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."  

"In God We Trust", anyone? That's out National Motto.

I get this sneaky feeling that the Founding Fathers didn't want this country to be free from religion, just not members of a State Sponsored religion. The overwhelming majority of our Founding Fathers were Christian and God played a major role in their daily lives. Three of the men we think of as the Founders were Catholics who signed and were framers of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

I will go out on a limb here and loudly proclaim that the Protestants among our Founding Fathers were not afraid of those wily Catholics using their Rosaries as gang symbols or symbols of subversion.

It's just the Liberal Pussies who run our Public Schools that see things that way. Screw 'em. And don't kiss 'em.



  1. Go to any prison in Cali and most of the Latinos will have a cross tattoo. Does that mean we can't wear a cross because we are in a gang? Yeah we are in the Jesus gang, we help old ladies across the street, pay our taxes, and obey the law. The gov't will have to put a stop to us somehow. The Cripps and Bloods not so much.

    1. Go to any prison in Cali and most of the Latinos will have a cross tattoo. Does that mean we can't wear a cross because we are in a gang?

      No, Beef. That means you are a prisoner. :)

  2. Damn, when they said I'm going to the big house I thought they meant a mansion or something.


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